Selected international, national and regional presentations from the St.Emlyn’s team.

Natalie May

ACEM Annual Scientific Conference (Queenstown, NZ)
Social Media in Medical Education (Nov 2016)

New South Wales Medical Education and Training Conference (Sydney)
Generation Why: Teaching Across a Generation Gap (August 2016)

The Teaching Course Down Under (Melbourne)
Presentation Skills (July 2016)

Social Media and Critical Care (SMACC Dub – Dublin)
Paediatric Resuscitation Update
Paediatric Trauma: Minor Injuries, Major Trauma!
Bringing the Outdoor Classroom Indoors: Lessons for EM from Prehospital and Retrieval Medicine (June 2016)

London Trauma Conference (UK)
Paediatric Trauma (December 2015)

Oxford School of Emergency Medicine (Oxford)
Paediatric Tips You Won’t Find in Books
Paediatric Pain and Sedation (December 2015)

Irish Committee For Emergency Medicine Training (Adare, Ireland)
No Place Like FOAM – Can the Online Community Help Us Teach Emergency Medicine? (December 2015)

ACCS Regional Training Day (Oxford)
Paediatric Tips You Won’t Find in Books (Nov 2015)

The Teaching Course (New York)
Presentation Skills
Giving Good Feedback (workshop)
Simulation – Using Simulated Patients and Confederates for High Fidelity (workshop), Simulation Debrief (panel discussion)
(How to) Be a Better Learner (November 2015)

Irish Association of Emergency Medicine Conference (Cork, Ireland)
Top Paediatric Papers of the Year
Keeping Up-To-Date in Emergency Medicine (October 2015)

European Society of Emergency Medicine (EuSEM – Torino)
Paediatric Pain and Sedation
Social Media Changed My Life! (October 2015)

Royal College of Emergency Medicine Annual Scientific Conference (RCEM – Manchester)
Better Than Cure? Public Health in the ED
Information Overload – Keeping Up-To-Date in Emergency Medicine (September 2015)

Social Media and Critical Care (SMACC US – Chicago)
Debate: Kids Are Just Small Adults
You Snooze, You Lose: The Child with a Reduced Conscious Level (June 2015)

Medical Educators Day (Manchester, UK)
Presentation Skills (workshop) (April 2015)

Prehospital Trauma Symposium (UK)
Paediatric Trauma (April 2015)

Emergency Medicine Educators Conference
Top of the DOPS – Workplace-Based Assessments for Teaching and Learning in the Emergency Department (March 2015)

Swedish Emergency Medicine Talks (Swedish EM Society Conference, SWEETs – Stockholm)
The Anatomy of Beautiful Presentations (part of The Teaching Course)
Paediatric Tips You Won’t Find in Books
Paediatric Radiology – Not Always Black & White (March 2015)

European Society of Emergency Medicine (EuSEM – Amsterdam)
What is the Value of An International Conference on Social Media? The SMACC Story (Oct 2014)

Social Media and Critical Care (SMACC GOLD – Australia)
Paediatric Tips You Won’t Find in Books (Mar 2014)

College of Emergency Medicine Annual Scientific Conference
Debate: The Case FOR Social Media in Medical Education (Oct 2013)

Association of Paediatric Emergency Medicine (APEM)
Annual Debate: The Case FOR Social Media in Medical Education (Dec 2012)

 

Liz Crowe

4th of November 2016, Workshop for the Australian New Zealand College of Intensive Care Medicine: The Resilient Intensivist, The Resilient Team

14th October 2016 EPIC, Emergency Medicine Conference, South Africa.: Plenary Speaker. Critical Conversations in Critical Care

22nd to 24th of September 2016, Invited Speaker 2nd Global Conference on Emergency Nursing and Trauma Care, Melia Sitges, Sitges, Spain: Plenary Speaker – CPR Capacity Resilience Passion – tools for survival in Emergency and Trauma Nursing; 3 hour workshop – Developing a Wellbeing Plan for Staff Survival

June 2016 invited speaker smacc-DUB Social Media and Critical Care Dublin: One day workshop Advanced Communication Training with Dr Steve Philpot. Plenary Speaker– Where is the love in critical care?

6 May 2016 Royal College of Surgeons Australian New Zealand Scientific Program, invited speaker: ‘Is Swearing a Survival Tool for Surgeons or should we cut it out?’

4 May 2016 ANZCA Australia and NZ Anaesthetists, Auckland, New Zealand: Mission Possible: Effective Communication for Anaesthetists

5th February 2016, Paramedic Wellbeing and Mental Health Conference, Adelaide South Australia: Plenary Speaker – Do All Paramedics Need Saving? – paramedic wellbeing

20 November, 2015 ACCCN NSW Critical Care Nursing Seminar, Sydney: Plenary Speaker – ‘What is Psychosocial Care in Critical Care?’

13-15 November 2015, Tropical Queensland Medical Conference for Trainees, Daydream Island, Queensland: Plenary Speaker – Do You Need to See a Doctor? Doctor Wellbeing

29-31st October 2015 ANZICS Australia and New Zealand Intensive Care Society, Auckland, NZ.

  1. Do We Need to Ventilate Ourselves?- Staff Wellbeing in PICU
  2. Your Sorrow is our sorrow- Shared Grief in PICU
  3. Engaging Patients and Families to Meet their Needs
  4. Panel Discussion and Presentation: Do Parents Have the Right to Decide – the Family Advocates Perspective

23-26 June 2015 invited Speaker smaccUS- Social Media and Critical Care, Chicago.

  1. Advanced Communication Workshop with Dr Steve Philpot
  2. Keynote Talk ‘Why Critical Care Doctors Shouldn’t Challenge Religious Beliefs’
  3. Panel Discussion ‘Heal Thyself and Stay Safe’ – health professional Wellbeing

May 2015, Australian New Zealand College of Intensive Care Medicine Workshop: Advanced Communication Skills in End of Life Care

 

Simon Carley

4-5th Feb 2016 Society of Intensive Care of the West of England. Social Media in medical education

8th-10th March 2016 Plenary speaker at RCEM conference in Leeds. Maurice Ellis Lecturer on clinical decsions in the resus room.

18-22nd April 2016 International Conference of Emergency Medicine. Cape Town. Talks and workshops on Social media in education. Free open access medical education.

4th-8th June 2016. SMACC conference in Dublin. Sessions on the future of emergency medicine, evidence based medicine and medical education.

11th-14th October 2016. European Society of Emergency Medicine. Talks on clinical judgement, medical education, simulation  and social media.

 

Iain Beardsell

4th-8th June 2016. SMACC conference in Dublin. Sessions on medical education and the management of sub massive PE

13-16th November 2016 The Teaching Course NYC. Sessions on presentation, testing, slide design, feedback and medical education.

 

Ross Fisher

4th-8th June 2016. SMACC conference in Dublin. Sessions on medical education, presentation skills and managing fear/anxiety in clinical care.

14-15th January 2016, Presentation skills conference in Copenhagen. Plenary speaker and conference lead

 

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